The Brisbane band will be performing two of their albums - 1996's Tu Plang and 1997's Unit - back to back and in full at a run of shows kicking off on September 26 in Byron Bay before heading to Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle, Canberra, Wollongong, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and Hobart.
Indonesian duo Senyawa will be providing their homemade bamboo instrumental stylings as support.
Tickets go on sale July 4.
Wednesday 26 September – Great Northern, Byron Bay
Friday 28th September – The HiFi , Brisbane
Saturday 29th September – The HiFi, Sydney
Sunday 30th September – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Thursday 4th October – Uni of Canberra,
Friday 5th October – Unibar, Wollongong
Saturday 6th October – The Gov, Adelaide
Sunday 7th October – The Astor, Perth
Friday 12th October – The HiFi, Melbourne
Saturday 13th October – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
Sunday 14th October – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
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Regurgitator is an Australian rock band from Brisbane that consists of Quan Yeomans (lead vocals, guitar), Ben Ely (bass, vocals), and Peter Kostic (drums). The band formed in 1993, its original line-up consisting of Yeomans, Ely and drummer Martin Lee. Regurgitator's debut studio album, Tu-Plang earnt the band a significant following, before the release of their second album, Unit in 1997 that...
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